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Megatendência: Consumo Consciente

Consumidores e empresas estão, cada vez mais, aumentando a importância dada a valores éticos e morais. Isto se traduz em decisões de compra moldadas por preocupações com o meio ambiente, sustentabilidade, proteção animal, modos de produção e condições de trabalho das empresas, além de um desejo de impactar positivamente as comunidades e as pessoas. A […]
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Megatrend: Ethical Living

For consumers and businesses, increasing attention is paid to ethics and moral values. This translates into purchasing decisions framed by concerns about the environment, sustainability, animal welfare, production and labour practices, as well as desires to positively impact communities and people. The ‘Ethical Living’ megatrend is driven by three factors: awareness, availability and affordability. Emergence […]
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Growth Opportunities in Fairtrade Tea

The Fairtrade label in tea is a growing market. Generally speaking, consumers in the West tend to be more informed about ethical sourcing and some consumers are demanding it driving its popularity in markets like the US and Australia. With growth opportunities in emerging markets like China where Fairtrade is not very common as local […]
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Are You Actively Buying and/or Selling Sustainability?

When doing your weekly grocery shopping by either walking down brick-and-mortar supermarket aisles, or browsing your favourite online stores, you might have come across such ethical labels as Fairtrade, UTZ, Rainforest Alliance and Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP). Have you ever wondered about the brains behind these labels? Who are the stakeholders in the sustainability value chain? What are the stakeholders’ working relationships like? Who benefits […]
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The Emerging Ethical Economy and Implications for the Consumer Goods Industry

The New Consumerism alludes to the emerging ethical economy as consumers reassess their priorities, opting for conscious instead of conspicuous consumption. This means they are considering the green credentials and ethical footprints of the products and services they purchase with strong implications for the consumer goods industry including all those involved in the supply chain ranging from the […]
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Euromonitor to Speak at Vitafoods Europe 2017

Event Name: Vitafoods Europe Event Date: 09th – 11th May 2017 Event Link: https://www.vitafoods.eu.com/en/welcome.html Event Location: Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland Euromonitor is pleased to have two speakers at Vitafoods Europe this year. Vitafoods Europe provides visitors the opportunity to source ingredients, raw materials, dietary supplements and services & equipment to help grow their business. No other […]
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Euromonitor to Speak at Clean Label Conference 2017

Name: Clean Label Conference Date: March 28-29, 2017 Location: Itasca, IL | Westin Hotel Link: http://www.cvent.com/events/2017-clean-label-conference/event-summary-6c947a0221a24ec4a47df22ab25c84b7.aspx?p=10 Event Description: The 4th annual Clean Label Conference is the industry’s technical product development summit dedicated to providing practical, impartial and “how-to” formulation advice to R&D and applied food scientists striving to create simplified ingredient labels. Speaker: Alan Rownan, […]
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Euromonitor International Interview Series on Sustainable Business Models: Magda Pereira at ENERCON

The strategy briefing titled ‘Sustainability and New Ways of Doing Business,’ explored the growing momentum in clean energy. Euromonitor is pleased to publish an interview of Magda Pereira at ENERCON to illustrate the factors that are making it possible for wind energy to develop as a mainstream energy source. The developments are very inspiring given […]
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Decoding Sustainability in the Denim Industry: Interview with Michael Kobori, Vice President of Sustainability at Levi Strauss & Co

The denim industry is regarded as having one of the worst environmental and ethical footprints within fashion. According to a Greenpeace report, it takes 1.7 million tons of chemicals to produce two billion pairs of jeans every year and the water consumption needed for production can go as high as 7,000 litres per one pair. […]
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The Intangible Appeal of “Natural”: Growing Consumer Interest in an Unregulated Product Label

In recent years, brands and retailers have been scrambling to meet growing consumer desires for “green” product features, such as organic, recyclable, fair trade, and sustainably produced. Driving these desires is an increased awareness of ingredients in various products, accompanied by firm opinions about what ingredients or characteristics may or may not harm an individual […]
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Cargill’s Commitment Shows the Scope of Non-GMO

The debate about genetically modified organisms (GMO) divides the food industry like nothing else. Global value sales of food and beverage products with GMO-free labelling were upwards of USD17 billion in 2015. Cargill, traditionally a proponent of the use of biotechnology in food, recently announced production of three ingredients with verification from the Non-GMO Project, […]
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Blue Jeans Go ‘Green’: Is Ethical Production a Good Fit for the Denim Industry?

As ‘new consumerism’ sees shoppers’ demand shift increasingly towards sustainability and ethically produced fashion, jeans, one of the worst offenders in terms of human and environmental production costs, will present some of the best opportunities to make a sound business out of ethically produced apparel. The peculiarities of the UK’s relationship with jeans will make […]
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